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It has been said that whereas France had it’s revolution, Britain had John Wesley! He led a revoution of faith in the UK and beyond, and had a huge impact upon 18th century England. His story is one of hope and inspiration for our day and generation!
Everyone is welcome to join us at Scartho Celebration Church for this drama presentation of the life of John Wesley and his brother Charles, brought to us by the Sh’ma Kingdom Drama group. Our service, which features this presentation, is on May 19th is at 4.30pm at Scartho Community Library on St Giles Ave, Scartho, Grimsby.
All are welcome, especially those who need to hear some good news for a change! Teas, coffees and refreshments will be served afterwards.
A friend sent me this picture and the commentary of it below. It is a beautiful picture and message. Praying you will be blessed by it this Christmas.
This picture. It takes my breath away. I first saw this beautiful drawing from Monastery Candy last year and I haven’t been able to get it out of my mind since. Read the rest of this entry »
It must have been an amazing scene – the heavens suddenly open and angels in glory singing and praising God! “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, goodwill toward men!” Luke 2:15
We’re having our Christmas Carol Service on Sunday 23rd December at 6pm to celebrate the fact that God sent His only Son into the world as a baby to grow up and become the Saviour of the world!
We’ll be having plenty of traditional carols, as well as a couple of contemporary worship songs, a Christmas drama direct from the nativity scene in Bethlehem, a testimony of salvation and John Lavric will be bringing a short Christmas Gospel message.
Afterwards there will be plenty of mince pies and cakes, teas & coffees.
And before all that, on Saturday 22nd in the centre of Scartho by the shops on Waltham Road at 2pm, we’ll be having open-air carol singing.
We would love it if you could join us in celebrating the birth of the Lord Jesus!
We are holding our annual Feast of Tabernacles Celebration on the 29th & 30th September at the Scartho Community Library, and hope you can join with us as we celebrate in faith the future return of the Lord Jesus to reign on earth as King of kings and Lord of lords.
This year we very much look forward to the ministry of Rev. John Angliss with us as our gust speaker. As well as John’s teaching, we will be celebrating as usual in praise and worship with Israeli/Hebraic dancing, and enjoying fellowship with one another with cakes and refreshments afterwards.
John Angliss: John is the chairman of Christian Ministerial Fellowship International and heads up his own ministry, Ambassador International Ministry (AIM). A pastor for 40 years at an independent fellowship in Reading from 1977 to 2016 (end) ( and which he was used to restore into a functioning New Testament Church) and preaching for 50 years, he now has an itinerant ministry, seeking to teach the whole counsel of God and specialising on Israel and the end times from a prophetic point of view .He was at one time on the board of Prayer for Israel and Derek Prince ministries (UK) and is a recommended speaker for PWMI and has made many trips to Israel and India amongst other places .He is now part of ARK Christian Fellowship at Swallowfield , just south of Reading, and is supported by his wife Mary to whom he has been married for 47 years.
Please note our service on Sunday 22nd July will start at 4.30pm instead of the usual 10.30am. This is due to the road closures associated with the Grimsby 10k run.
This run has always made getting to the service difficult when we were in St John Fisher buidling on Waltham Rd, but now we meet at the library off Louth Rd (one of the roads closed for the run) it’s well nigh impossible to conveniently get there for a morning service.
As the roads will reopen after lunchtime, it makes sense for move the service to the afternoon. We trust this doesn’t inconvenience anyone greatly. We will of course revert to the usual 10.30am start from the following week onwards.
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